Four people have been arrested in connection with a scheme to steal money from a Rock Hill bank.
On Sept. 15, a bank teller from the Wells Fargo on East Main Street reported to police that former employee Satchel Whitlock, 33, of Rock Hill cashed checks on a closed credit union account to several friends. There were a total of six checks cashed for a total amount of $11,500 from Aug. 15 to Aug. 21, a Rock Hill Police report states.
Whitlock admitted to Wells Fargo employees that he cashed the checks, police say. He turned himself in on Sept. 18.
Three others have also been arrested for their alleged involvement in the case.
On Sept. 18, police arrested Nikisha Whitlock, 35, at a Cauthen Street home and Latoya Carter, 36, at a Carolina Avenue address. The police report did not indicate the relationship between the Whitlocks and they do not have the same address.
The last suspect, Tiffany Knox, 30, was arrested Tuesday morning at a Booker Washington Street home. Police found her in the back bedroom of the house and took her into custody without incident.
All of the four are charged with fraud against a financial institution and criminal conspiracy. Knox is being held on a $30,000 bond at the York Detention Center.
The others have bonded out.